W.C. Abbott, Jr.   Louisiana Tales

 

Lots of interesting stuff happened at Hope Villa
By W.C. Abbott, Jr. - Journal Correspondent

Making 'some good money' is usually good fun, too
by W.C. Abbott, Jr. - Journal Correspondent

A barefoot boy from Hope Villa had a hand in history
by W.C. Abbott, Jr. - Journal Correspondent

Was he a bootlegger? Maybe, Maybe not; he fished
by W.C. Abbott, Jr. - Journal Correspondent

'Leroy Sausage' was a red-hot brand, gone now but not forgotten.
by W.C. Abbott, Jr. - Journal Correspondent

Turtle stew is worth the effort
by W.C. Abbott, Jr. - Journal Correspondent

Life on 'the byar' was sweet
by W.C. Abbott, Jr. - Journal Correspondent

Cash hated losing fishing gear
by W.C. Abbott, Jr. - Journal Correspondent

He was small, feisty, and deer ran from him
by W.C. Abbott, Jr. - Journal Correspondent

"Bayou Manchac in the 1920's by W.C. Abbott, Jr, of Jonesboro, Louisiana, is abailable from the author at
122 Dale Drive, Jonesboro, LA 71251. - Telephone 318-259-2589

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